Lots of good stuff this week! I bought:
  • 4 12-packs of Dr. Pepper, $12 with $3 ECBs = $9
  • 4 Carefree Pantiliners, $3.79 each with four $1 magazine coupons and $3.79 ECBs each = profit of $4
  • 3 Aveeno shampoo/conditioners, $6 each, and 1 Aveeno face wash, $7, with two $2 internet coupons, one $1.50 All You magazine coupon, two $1 CVS CRT coupons, and $10 ECBs for buying $25 in Aveeno = $7.50
  • 2 Poise liners, $2 each, with two $2 internet coupons and $1 ECBs = profit of $1
  • 3 Excedrin migraine 24-ct, $5.29 each with two $1 newspaper coupons, one $1 internet coupon, one $1 CVS CRT coupon, one $3 off a $15 FHA purchase CVS CRT coupon, and $3 ECBs each = free
  • 3 Glade Lasting Impressions, $5 each, with three $3 newspaper coupons, 1 Glade Sense & Spray, $5, with one $4 newspaper coupon, and 4 Glade Scented Oil Refills, $2.50 each, with two $1 newspaper coupons, with $9 ECBs for buying $30 in Glade products = $6
  • 2 Composition notebooks, $0.99 each with $0.99 ECBs each = free
  • 2 newspapers
  • Two $6 off a $36 purchase CVS CRT coupons and one $4 off a $20 purchase pharmacy coupon
Net cost: $5.44. My OOP was less than $4 since I split this up into three purchases due to the $/$$ coupons. Boy, this is fun. I hope next week is just as good. :)

YTD OOP: $244.97
YTD Savings: $2593.73
YTD eBay sales: $111.79
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  • http://jasonanddarlys.blogspot.com/ Darlys

    Just out of curiosity, do you subtract the ECBs from the price you list when you USE them, or when buying an item GIVES you them?

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/11474678661014267773 Jennifer

    I subtract the ECBs when buying an item gives me them. It would be way to hard to keep track of when I use them! :) Since I always use my ECBs, I basically pretend they’re handing me back cash, and keep track of net prices.